Fernando De Luca
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He is known to some people for his efforts to perform and record, for the first time, the Handel's Complete Harpsichord Compositions. He is also the first to have transcribed and recorded a number of orchestral pieces to the harpsichord, including the Sixty Complete Ouvertures from the Handel's operas and oratorios. A large number of his performances is freely available on an increasing number of specialized Ancient Music web sites.
De Luca is a member of Vox Saeculorum, a society of composers working in early historical styles, whose founded by Grant Colburn, Roman Turovsky et al. De Luca is also a member of the period instruments orchestra Accademia Barocca di Santa Cecilia as keyboard soloist and basso continuo player.
- Pieces de clavecin: en deux volumes: monumento armonico in 12 suites / Johann Mattheson; a cura di Fernando De Luca. - Roma: Bardi, 1997 (stampa 1999). - XXI, 50 p; 34 cm. (Associazione clavicembalistica bolognese ; 14). ((Ripr. facs. dell'ed.: London, printed for I. D. Fletcher and Sold at most musik shops, 1714. ISBN 88-85699-76-6
- 12 Sonate a Cembalo solo, 1997
- L'Arcadia in Gianicolo - "Sonata allegorico pastorale a più parti per Cembalo solo per l'arte la pratica e il diletto nel sonar il cembalo", 1997
- "Fernando De Luca (Harpsichord)". Bach Cantatas Website. Retrieved 28 January 2013.
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